Rebuild or buy new? 6 factors to consider after a natural disaster

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  • After a natural disaster, homeowners should consult their homeowner’s insurance, consider building codes and costs, look into disaster cleanup and risk management, and figure out their opportunities in this stage of their life

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Inman Connect New York | January 29 - February 1, 2019

Hurricanes took “a toll on over 270,000 homes” this year. In Texas and Florida alone, damage is expected to exceed $150 billion. Such numbers aren’t isolated to one or two events. Other hurricanes, wildfires, tornados and other natural disasters happened in 2017 that led to even more damages and repair costs across the nation.